The history of French food goes back as far as 1400 A.D. Since then, the array of French food has continued to grow, and is renowned around the world more than it has ever been before.
Milton Keynes definitely isn't short of French restaurants. From Cafe Rouge to Brasserie Blanc, there's something for all appetites and budgets. Cafe Rouge is situated in thecentre:mk and in The Hub too, describing itself as providing 'a taste of France with a modern twist'. The French restaurant in Milton Keynes is open from first thing in the morning, until late in the evening, so whether it's breakfast, lunch or dinner you're after, Cafe Rouge is the place to go.
French food in Milton Keynes can also be found at Brasserie Blanc, located on Avebury Boulevard. Brasserie Blanc serves many different types of meat, such as duck, chicken and beef, whilst also serving liver, mussels and squid. Whilst some main courses are quite expensive, there are also others that are less expensive. Brasserie Blanc is open as follows:
Monday to Friday lunchtime- 12pm to 2.45pm
Monday to Friday dinner- 5.30pm to 10pm
Saturday- 10am to 10.30pm
Sunday- 10am to 9pm